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John P. Mello Jr.
A Home Robot Could Be Amazon's Next Gamble
04/24/18 9:51 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 655 Words

"There's definitely an overlap in the market there," Parks analyst Kristen Hanich told TechNewsWorld, "that Amazon may be going...

Kristen Hanich
Top 5 Data-Driven Mobile Services for a Competitive Edge
01/12/18 12:37 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 870 Words

The mobile data market has been approaching saturation in major industrialized nations. Mobile data consumption has increased steadily over the past...

Kristen Hanich
IoT and 5G: New Revenues, Use Cases, Value-added Services
01/08/18 3:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 761 Words

The 5G standards target billions of new devices that will connect to operators' networks over the next decade and beyond. Each...

John P. Mello Jr.
Intel's Smart Peepers Look Smart, Too
02/06/18 12:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 940 Words

"It's a pretty light-touch device," said Kristen Hanich, an analyst at Parks Assocates.

"It mostly allows users to see contextual information such as notifications from phones, map directions, recipes, shopping lists and such," she told TechNewsWorld.

Augmented reality devices like...

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What should be the role of adaptive accessories, like Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller, in video game competitions?
Anyone should be able to use them in any context, including in competitions.
Only people with physical limitations should be allowed to use them in competitions.
They should be banned entirely in competitions due to the potential for unfair advantage.
Their use should be limited to special competitions set up for gamers with disabilities.